Viewing Storage Information About a Bucket Bucket owners or users who have the s3:ListBucket permission (the permission is configured in the bucket policy) can view the storage information about the bucket, including bucket size and number of objects.
Viewing Basic Information About a Bucket Bucket owners or users that have the following permissions for the buckets can view the basic information about the bucket, including bucket locations, expiration rules, bucket policies, CORS rules, and ACL rules.
Configuring a Bucket Policy On OBS, you can use a bucket policy to control access to buckets and objects in a stricter manner. For example, you can specify a bucket that a specific OBS account can access, limit a specific address's access to a specified bucket, and more. You can configure a bucket policy for your own bucket.
Configuring Static Website Hosting Bucket owners or users who have the following permissions on the buckets can configure static website hosting for the buckets and access the static websites using the bucket domain names.
Configuring CORS Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) is a standard mechanism put forward by World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and enables client-side cross-origin requests. Bucket owners or users who have the following permissions on the buckets can configure CORS. After a CORS rule is configured for a bucket stored on OBS, the bucket policy and ACL permissions on the bucket's objects still prevail.
Configuring Logging By default, creating a bucket does not generate operation logs. If you want to record a bucket's operation logs, enable the logging function for this bucket. The bucket owner can configure logging.
Configuring a Lifecycle Rule Bucket owners or users who have the following permissions on the buckets can configure a lifecycle rule. Specify a lifecycle rule to automatically delete objects that match the rule once they expire, saving your storage space and costs.
Deleting a Bucket You can delete a specific empty bucket and a bucket created by yourself.